North America: December 3rd 2013
Europe: December 6th 2013
Heaven on Earth; Didn’t Mean to Fall in Love; Last Day of School; Sail Away; Life, Love & Hope; If You Were in Love; Someday; Love Got Away; Someone (2.0); You Gave Up on Love (2.0); The Way You Look Tonight.
The legendary BOSTON are returning with a brand new studio album after a 10+ year hiatus from releasing new material. Centered around the incredibly gifted guitarist, keyboardist, songwriter, and producer Tom Scholz, “Life, Hope and Love” is a reflection on how certain traumatic events can impact people’s lives. The new songs bring an uplifting message delivered around the classic guitar and vocal harmonies of Boston’s classic sound, which are a true trademark of the band. Vocalists on the album include Brad Delp, Kimberley Dahme, David Victor, Tommy DeCarlo and Tom Scholz himself.
Of the album, Tom Scholz said, “These are all songs from the heart, each of them taking many months of effort to write, arrange, perform and record, always up to the demands of BOSTON’s harshest critic, me. They have all been meticulously recorded to analogue tape on the same machines and equipment used for BOSTON’s hits for the past 35 years.”
Boston is a staple of US Classic Rock Radio playlists. Boston’s best-known works include the songs “More Than a Feeling”, “Peace of Mind”, “Foreplay/Long Time”, “Rock and Roll Band”, “Smokin’”, “Don’t Look Back” and “Amanda”. They have sold over 31 million albums in the United States alone. Their self-titled debut holds the record for being the highest selling debut album in history and will likely never lose that distinction.